Review: July's Degustabox + discount code


Wow! July's box was packed to the rim with new foods and drinks to discover, and that is all the fun when receiving this monthly subscription box; the surprise at seeing what is in your box, getting to try out and experience the products.

Degustabox is a monthly subscription box of food and drink items with new/different items each month for you to try out. You will get to experience products that maybe are new to you, or products that you maybe wouldn't normally purchase. The products are always a surprise as you won't know what is in the box until you receive your box, enclosed will be between 9 to 14 items, and you can either subscribe for yourself, or you can give it as a gift. The box costs £12.99 including delivery per month. Payments are taken on the 10th of each month, and you cancel at any time.

I really enjoy receiving Degustabox each month, as soon as it is delivered the kids and I excitedly open the box up to see what is inside. The kids normally grab what they like, i.e. chocolate or soft drinks, and then the rest are for hubby and I. July's was another fantastic box and we are already looking forward to seeing what is in August's box (which is due to arrive early next week)

So what did we get in July's box? see all the goodies below:



We love popcorn in this house, so we were super pleased to see Portlebay popcorn bags, three very different flavours to taste and experience, and they were very yummy and different. They are available to buy in Tesco's.


Maggi an array of different packets to try out.  We have used Maggi before, but not a couple of these flavours.  They are conveniently great for a busy family like us. Maggi never disappoints, so we were pleased to see these included in this month's box.


This was a new and first for us, Frank honest snacking bar - the kids ate this before I could get to try it out, they seemed to like it, and so it must be nice. It is made from 100% natural ingredient, and Frank bars are available in 5 different flavours - Free from gluten, nuts, dairy & refined sugar- also suitable for vegans.


2 Dr. Oetker sprinkles - Eton mess: a mixture of meringue pieces and freeze dried strawberry pieces.  Violet crystals: sugar crystals with a delicate hint of violet flavour. These are great for adding flavour and/or decoration on your cakes, ice-cream, biscuits etc..


Green & Black's organic dark chocolate, lemon flavour - very different, quite sharp, but a nice treat.


Special Tea, white tea peach flavour - a nutritious juice, tastes nice cold, and a handy size to fit in lunch boxes or take on picnics etc.


Hornsby's cider, blueberry flavour.  A fruitful, tasty and refreshing cider, perfect chilled for the summer evenings.


The boys and I loved these Zeo drinks; a crisp, dry, but different taste, and very nice. We had three different flavours to try out, and we liked all three - I especially liked the lime zest, which was almost like a warm spicy flavour - very refreshing.  You can buy these in Tesco, WHSmiths, Co-op and Ocado.


In the Degustabox is a menu card with some ideas on how to use some of the included products for you to try out. And on the reverse side of the menu card is the list describing each product that was included within your box.


I have a £3 discount coupon code for my readers when ordering your first box. The code is: WP1FN

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Disclaimer: I was sent this box free of charge for the purpose of this review. All opinions are my own and completely honest